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Even if you are not a fan of Harry Potter (i.e., you’re a Muggle who hasn’t either read the books or at least seen the movies), you’re probably aware the film franchise concludes this summer.

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Comments (2)
Any Harry Potter references in the workspace are good. This post is also actually helpful, in that it rightly places the thinker (data architect a.k.a. wizard or witch) at the helm of whatever data management processes and tools abound.
Posted by Kamille N | Thursday, July 21 2011 at 12:19PM ET
Thanks for your comment, Kamille. Of people, business process, data, and technology, people are definitely the most important aspect of enterprise data management. Hopefully, organizations do not need the help of The Sorting Hat to figure that out :-) Best Regards, Jim.
Posted by Jim H | Sunday, July 24 2011 at 10:32AM ET
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